Ceretto Langhe Arneis 2017Ceretto Langhe Arneis 2017
Blangè is the white side of Piedmontese wines; a product that defined an era, revolutionizing Langhe winemaking that was previously devoted exclusively to red grapes.
It is the product of a highly distinctive region, the Roero, and a desire to improve varietal recognition, as well as drinking pleasure. Blangè combines sustainable practices in the vineyard with a modern take. Fruit and minerality, aromatics and balanced freshness, coexist in this white wine that has made enjoyment and versatility its trademark.
Marco Bonfante Gavi di Gavi 2016Marco Bonfante Gavi di Gavi 2016
In the glass this Gavi di Gavi shows a clear straw yellow colour. It has a fine bouquet, it is pleasantly fresh, with scents of citrus fruits, white flowers and fruit. On the palate it is delicate, dry, with a very good balance between acidity and minerality. It has a very good structure and a good persistence with a fine bitter almond aftertaste.
Marco Bonfante Roero Arneis 2017Marco Bonfante Roero Arneis 2017
In the glass the Perste shows an intense straw yellow colour. It has a wide smell, fine with notes of peach and apricot. On the palate the greatness of this wine comes out, just as the structure and the minerality. It is bodied, smooth and fresh. The balance between the minerality, alcohol and acidity is also very good.
Monte Carbonare Soave Classico DOC 2017Monte Carbonare Soave Classico DOC 2017
Monte Carbonare Soave Classico 2017. Since 1887 the family has owned vineyards at the very heart of the Soave Classico area. Suavia’s modern and efficient winery was designed to produce only white wines using the best technology available in order to obtain the very best from the region’s native grapes, namely Gargenaga and Trebbiano.
The wine is straw yellow with considerable intensity and brilliant highlights. Textually it is creamy and elegant further characterised by freshness and aromas of citrus, herbs, and mineral. On the palate the wine is well-balanced and refreshing with a dry and persistent finish.
The Monte Carbonare expresses its volcanic soil terroir through piercing minerality which develops with time in the glass.